A Nessie enthusiast is now convinced there could be two Loch Ness Monsters after watching a live webcam of Loch Ness. The video appears to display two entities in the body of water simultaneously.
The intrigue surrounding the Loch Ness monster has long been focused on one singular creature that could potentially be living in the depths of this iconic Scottish loch.
A newly released video of Loch Ness has the potential to revolutionize this longstanding mystery, as a giant black shape can be seen swiftly moving through the lake before two humps emerge from beneath its surface. Could it be that Nessie isn’t alone after all?
While monitoring a webcam overlooking Loch Ness, Eoin O’Faodhagain, an ambitious Nessie hunter, noticed something huge lurking in the waters below–estimated to be up to 30 feet long.
Astonishingly, within the hour, two humps were visible close by and they were moving away from each other.
Mr O’Faodhagain said: “It is obvious that the two Nessie-like humps are moving over a two-minute period, and the larger hump of the two has changed position from the smaller one.
“Given the fact that there is no disturbance of water visible between objects you would have to concur they are two separate moving creatures.”
We also cannot ignore the immense size of this mysterious creature that lurks in the depths.
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Eoin asked: “What animal could be that long? “What is strikingly obvious about sightings at Loch Ness, is that eyewitnesses could be viewing two different creatures coexisting in the one lake.
“What the other creature is could be completely unknown. What we do know is there are a hell of a lot of eels in Loch Ness, having the odd rogue giant one is not beyond the realm of reality.”
Mr O’Faodhagain, 58 years of age, believes that this offers a useful explanation for the discrepancy between descriptions of the monster’s appearance.
He said: “This is only my opinion – of Nessie being two different creatures – hence the abundance of different descriptions we have for her.”
The remarkable observation was documented at the Shoreland Lodges, just beside Fort Augustus on the loch’s south bank, with a webcam managed and monitored by Visit Inverness Loch Ness (VILN).
Eoin is renowned for his abundance of webcam sightings, habitually logging in to view the water from his residence located in County Donegal, Ireland.
He has several sightings of the Loch Ness Monster logged in the Official Sightings Register, yet since webcam sightings are subject to new rules, no registers have been recorded this year.